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Frequently Asked Questions

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What types of procedures do you offer?

We offer a wide range of cosmetic and reconstructive procedures, including facelifts, breast augmentation, liposuction, rhinoplasty, and more. Our experienced surgeon can discuss your specific needs during a consultation.

How do I schedule a consultation? 

You can schedule a consultation by calling us directly or using our online appointment booking system. Our staff will assist you in finding a convenient time.

What should I expect during the initial consultation? 

During the consultation, you will discuss your goals, medical history, and expectations. The surgeon will evaluate your eligibility for the desired procedure and answer any questions you may have.

Will it hurt?

Our surgeon is highly experienced and committed to providing safe and effective treatments. For most procedures, you will be under general anesthesia, ensuring you are comfortably asleep and pain-free. Local anesthetics are administered to enhance post-operative comfort. The surgeon employs highly specialized techniques that significantly reduce the likelihood of post-operative nausea, ensuring a smooth recovery. These modern anesthetics are exceptionally safe. To further enhance safety, a comprehensive medical examination is conducted to assess your fitness for both the anesthetic and the surgical procedure.

How long do different procedures take? Will there be noticeable scars? 

For most procedures, patients can return home the same day after being under observation for some time. The surgeon will make meticulous efforts to minimize scars, placing them inconspicuously in the natural lines and creases of your skin. Any scarring that may occur will gradually fade over time, often becoming barely perceptible.

What is recovery process like for different procedures? How soon can I get back to work? 

Recovery varies depending on the procedure. The surgeon will provide detailed post-operative instructions during your consultation, including expected downtime and care requirements. Generally, the majority of plastic surgery patients can typically return to work within a timeframe of 7 to 14 days on average.

Will everyone know that I have had plastic surgery? 

The impact varies. Many procedures involve subtle changes that appear natural and may go largely unnoticed. Friends might inquire if you took a vacation, or about any changes in diet, or exercise routine, but usually, the difference isn't apparent unless disclosed. On the other hand, there is a rising trend of extreme makeovers, where patients undergo significant and noticeable transformations intending to make the changes evident to everyone.

How much does plastic surgery cost?

The cost varies based on the type of procedure. During your consultation, our team will provide a detailed breakdown of costs, including surgeon fees, facility fees, and anesthesia fees.

What are the risks associated with plastic surgery?

While complications are rare, all surgeries carry some level of risk. The surgeon will thoroughly explain potential risks and complications during the consultation, ensuring you are well-informed.

How long do the results of plastic surgery last?

Results can vary, but many procedures provide long-lasting or permanent results. Factors such as lifestyle, aging, and genetics can influence the longevity of results. Procedures that make you look younger such as face-lift, brow-lift, eyelid surgery can last up to 10 years or more.

Can i combine multiple procedures into one surgery?

In some cases, combining procedures is possible and can be discussed during your consultation. The surgeon will consider your overall health and safety before making any recommendations.

What should I do if I want more information?

If you want more information about our services, browse our Services pages and take a look at our blogs. Book a consultation for more information by sending us an email on aestheticrejuvenation@outlook.com or call us at +91 8889904050 / +91 8889905060.. 

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